Natural History MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Route de Malagnou 1, 1208 Geneva, Switzerland
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 41-224186300
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids, Natural History Museums
The history of mankind and the history of life on Earth generally interest everyone. Nobody has stayed aloof from the question of the evolution of life on earth. Everybody while has thought about how was the world before his/ her birth. Isn’t it?
The Natural History Museum of Geneva is a place that can quench the thirst of anyone who wants to know more. Once the visitor is inside the museum, the place engulfs him in its serenity and beauty. The dioramas are so real to look at that it seems the live animals and birds are there to welcome the visitors. All possible species are gathered under one roof to provide the travellers with information about the natural habitat of mother Earth. The environment is set with realistic sounds of the chirping birds and calls of wild animals and rustling of the dry leaves that make a person feel as though they are in a forest.
By the time the visitor gets his eyes off the animal kingdom, he gets soaked into the world of minerals and fossils. Both terrestrial and non terrestrial minerals along with the precious stones create a glittering effect in the visitor’s mind. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Geneva itinerary 1 day.
- Natural History Museum is a merger of botany, zoology and mineralogy.
- It has the ability to stun the visitor with its collection and variety.
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60.89% of people who visit Geneva include Natural History Museum in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
35.4% of people start their Natural History Museum visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Natural History Museum
69.23% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Natural History Museum
Visiting the largest natural history museum of Switzerland is an interesting experience. The museum has a wide collection of very well presented sections, which include- animals, fossils and even dinosaurs. The museum also has a block dedicated to minerals. Apart from different types of crystals, the museum also hosts a moon stone which it received as a gift from NASA. Entry to the Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle is free for public. Exception is the section dedicated to ants. One have to purchase a ticket to visit that part of the museum.
Great place. ESPECIALLY being that it is free. Glass in front of exhibits is extremely well kept to the point where sometimes you swore there was nothing in front of you. I was alone but all of the kids there seemed to have a great time. all of the smaller animals were in different poses which is made it much more interesting. A+
So many different animals and creatures on display, a lot presented with an idea of their natural habitat surrounding them. Not much space for large baggage, buggies can be left in the entrance. Some English speaking staff on reception.
Great half day out for families. Free entrance, open 10h to 17h. Kids love it, especially the animals, interesting for adults. Temporary exhibitions change regularly (small fee) and good café
They let us use their bathroom they have bathroom. Wash closet. It was pretty. Didn't actually go in.